Coffman Nursing and Rehabilitation has been the “go to” center for senior care and rehab since 1962. Located behind the Washington County Health Department on Pennsylvania Ave., Coffman is a staple in the beautiful North End of Hagerstown. Coffman remains committed to providing rehabilitation and health services to seniors in a home-like environment.
Coffman offers exceptional therapy to bridge the gap between a stay at a hospital and home. We offer physical, occupational and speech therapy in a large, fully-equipped gym. Our therapists are licensed and specialize in senior rehabilitation. If you need therapy to prepare to go home, ask for Coffman.
Coffman is known for their exceptional nursing staff in a small, home-like setting. We have a high ratio of nurses to residents, and very low turnover because of the friendly culture of our residents, families and staff in our north Hagerstown facility.
Your first impression when walking into Coffman will be a clean facility and a warm, friendly staff. You can expect quality care and individual attention to each patient and family member. We have relied on our consistent reputation for excellence for nearly 55 years.
Coffman is a not-for-profit organization founded and funded in 1962 by Andrew K. Coffman, a philanthropist and long-time resident of Washington County, MD. Andrew Coffman was a charter member of the Hagerstown Rotary Club and served on the boards of many organizations, including the Y.M.C.A., Hagerstown Junior College, the Historical Society of Washington County, the Hagerstown Chamber of Commerce, Washington County Hospital, and Hood College.
In 1929 Mr. Coffman was awarded a medal for outstanding service to his Washington County community.
In 1954, the Coffmans financed the construction of the Washington County Health Department. In 1960 the Coffmans financed and supervised the construction of Coffman Nursing and Rehabilitation, which opened in 1962. They also provided financial support to aspiring nursing students attending college. In 1969 he was posthumously awarded the Distinguished Citizen Award by the Hagerstown Chamber of Commerce.
During their lifetimes, the Coffmans donated more than $3 million to educational and civic causes in the Central Maryland region, the equivalent of $25 million today.
Coffman Nursing and Rehab continues to fulfill Andrew Coffman’s vision to cultivate exceptional quality care that fulfills the needs of the everyone who walks through the doors.